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Resistance groups of the Dutch province of Limburg, 1940-1945

The groups that played a role in the Limburg Resistance (1), as well as groups of whom some (sometimes many) were part of the Resistance (2).


1– “Aussenministerium”
1– BS (Domestic Forces)
1– Communists & Sympathizers
1– The outskirts of Limburg
1– Local contacts
1– Dutch-Paris
1– Engelandvaarders
1– Secret Army (B)
1– Groep Dresen
1– Erkens Group
1– Group Smit
1– Aid to Jews
1– Intelligence
1– Jews in resistance
1– Knokploegen (K.P.)
1– Couriers of the Resistance
1– Netwerk Bongaerts
1– NV
1– Aid to People in Hiding L.O.
1– Underground Press
1– Unorganized resistance
1– Raad van Verzet (RVV)
1– Women in the resistance
1– Peace Carillon -->
1– Initial resistance
1– White Brigade (Belgium)
1– Zwarte Plak
2– Ambtenaren
2– April-Mei-stakingen, 1943
2– Mayors
2– Crisis Controle Dienst (CCD)
2– The clergy
2– Forced Labor
2– Artists
2– People in hiding
2– Ordedienst (O.D.)
2– Police
2– Studenten

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